1000 Miles - The Remixes
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Track List:
B | 1000 Miles (Laurent Garnier Remix)
2012 | Produced by Martin Landsky | Remix and additional production by Laurent Garnier
B | 1000 Miles (Gerd's Geeeman Remix)
2012 | Produced by Martin Landsky | Remix and additional production by Gerd
Digital only: 1000 Miles
2006 | Produced by Martin Landsky
Digital only: 2000 Miles
2010 | Produced by Martin Landsky
Digital only: 1000 Miles (Loco Dice Remix)
2006 | Produced by Martin Landsky | Remix by Loco Dice

1000 Miles - The Remixes by Martin Landsky

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Release date
12/11/2012

Poker Flat Classics continues its highly promising series with a huge pair of reworks of a seminal Poker Flat track.

Martin Landsky’s 1000 Miles –originally released in 2006, rightfully takes the stage in the second installment – receiving blistering remixes from two true masters.

Laurent Garnier’s incredible career barely needs commenting on; suffice to say he brings his trademark, tough and epic sound to the forefront here. Pushing 1000 Miles into yet more mind-bending shapes, the Frenchman injects the original with a new sense of urgency. Welding a fractured synth melody around Landsky’s big room hook, the results are a pure techno moment – sure to cause a stampede to the booth at most discerning clubs.

Holland’s Gerd, responsible for some recent incendiary dancefloor burners of his own, also drops another bomb here. Under his Geeeman persona, Gerd, twists 1000 Miles into a trippy, euphoric monster – a late night house detonation for the heads and a fitting tribute to Landsky’s modern classic.

DJ Feedback:
Matthias Tanzmann (Moon Harbour)
 Gerd' Geeeman Remix is a bomb! 
Felix (Hot Chip)
 Lovely! These both sound like monsters. Thanks a lot. 
Oliver Huntemann (Ideal Audio)
 Good to see Laurent garnier back with a great remix. Also Gerd's mix is cool. Will play both, depending on the vibe." 
Will Saul (Simple)
 All about Gerd at the moment...the man is on fire.... 
Joel Mull (Railyard)
 Both Superb mixes on A masterpiece! 
Heidi (BBC Radio 1)
 Wow. glad to have this tune resurface again.